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#61 Andrew


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Posted 07 March 2005 - 02:28 PM

Just thought I'd share this photo:

microstar fountains  :D

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those purple microstars are pretty cool, nice effect.

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Posted 09 March 2005 - 01:28 PM

WOW! That looks really good!
How are long Exposure photos taken?

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Glad you liked it :)

In this case, the long exposure is done with a remote shutter release cable, basically opening the shutter for a few seconds at a time. This is known as a "bulb" exposure. Some cameras have this ability, some don't.

#63 Yugen-biki


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Posted 13 March 2005 - 10:28 AM

There are a lot of great photos in this topic from you all here!


About the camera I use to take pictures: http://www.steves-di...iews/c5050.html

Its very good to take pictures with but not good at all when recording a movie.

The camera I use to take misc. picures and record movies is this one: http://www.steves-di...views/a400.html

VGA resolution and 10fsp is very good for this price class.

And now to the picture you all have been waiting for! (160Kb)


This is some orange stars. The stars on the right is Velines? and the stars to the right is Perigrin?s.

KClO4 55%
CaCO3 15
Parlon 15
Red Gum 9
MgAl (74?m spherical) 6
Dextrin +4

KClO4 68%
CaCO3 11
Red Gum 12
Dextrin 5
C 2

They were primed with BP and 4,4% Al german black and 3,6% Dextrin

Read more about it on my new and updated pyro page: http://www.a0tu.com/Yuki/Index.html

Edited by Yugen-biki, 13 March 2005 - 10:33 AM.

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